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Re: Allura at SF is ready

From: josiah oberholtzer
Subject: Re: Allura at SF is ready
Date: Wed, 02 Sep 2015 04:19:37 +0000

Hi all,

Sorry for being out of touch - other obligations caught up with me.

I'm not sure how to proceed on the bugs.lilypond.org side. The Allura
server there is operational (visit the site to see), but - as Federico
points out - we don't have working HTTPS connections.

It looks like the GNU certificate only covers *.gnu.org domains, which
bugs.lilypond.org isn't. I believe someone suggested renaming the site
something like "bugs-lilypond.gnu.org" or "lilypond-bugs.gnu.org", which
would allow wildcard coverage from the certificate. I don't believe the
change can be made on our end (but I couldn't say for sure). More advanced
Apache-wrangling than what I've managed to get the Allura application
online is outside my knowledge.


On Tue, Sep 1, 2015 at 8:31 PM Federico Bruni <address@hidden> wrote:

> Il giorno dom 30 ago 2015 alle 17:57, Trevor Daniels
> <address@hidden> ha scritto:
> > I've not heard anything from Federico or Josiah for over a week, so
> > I've no idea what state Allura at Savannah is in.  I suggest we wait
> > a few days for news before inviting devs to join at SF, in case the
> > Savannah system comes on line soon.
> I gave up with Allura. I started working on it just "by accident".
> Josiah has the skills to work on it, while I don't.
> There's no https connection at the moment but I _think_ that nobody is
> working on a solution:
> http://bugs.lilypond.org/
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